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Correct Your Diet, Correct Your Health, Improve Your Life

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Russ McCann is back again for another show of Beating Neuropathy. Metabolic Syndrome is once again the topic of the hour. The five risk factors of metabolic syndrome is being overweight in the stomach area, having too much fat in your blood steam, not having enough good cholesterol, having high blood pressure, and having high fasting blood sugars. The most simple solution to metabolic syndrome is to lose weight. This gets rid of the fat around your stomach, which is risk factor number one. You would lower your blood pressure by getting to a healthier weight. This would also help to lower the amount of sugar in your blood stream.

Metabolic syndrome is a controllable condition. If we do not start to prevent metabolic syndrome then it could overtake smoking as the number one cause of heart disease. In order to lose the weight you need to be able to not only change your habits but to change your lifestyle. Dr. Hayes and many other professionals offer an amazing program called Take Shape for Life.

Take Shape for Life is a program that teaches you to how to live by these healthy habits. With this diet, you would eat every 2-3 hours and drink plenty of water. You would be able to lose 2-5 pounds a week. Over a period of 16 weeks you would lose around 50 pounds. The meals are very nutrient rich, which increases your energy to burn more calories. Once you reach your goal body mass index you would be able to eat more of the right kind of food. Once at this point, you have to increase your exercise to burn fat.

To get more information on the Take Shape for Life program please visit www.drjohnhayes.tsfl.com.

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